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Earthquake, flood or natural disaster…will not harm Ram temple for 1000 years

The Ram temple is being constructed in such a way that even in the next one thousand years, there will be no damage to the Ram temple to be built in Ayodhya. Any natural disaster from earthquake to flood will not be able to cause any damage to the Ram temple.

Ramlala's consecration will take place in the Ram temple of Ayodhya on 22 January. After years of fighting, a grand temple of Ramlala is being constructed in Ayodhya. High level modern technology and architecture has been used in the construction of the newly constructed Ram temple. The Ram temple is being constructed in such a way that even in the next one thousand years, there will be no damage to the Ram temple to be built in Ayodhya. From earthquake to flood, no natural disaster will be able to destroy the Ram temple. Iron, steel or cement has not been used in the Ram temple to be built in Ayodhya. This temple is made only of stone.

It is known that in ancient times, temples were constructed by arranging stones one by one. Ram temple was also constructed following the same method. This is called Nagara style of art. Khajuraho Temple, Somnath Temple and Konark Temple were built in this manner and are still intact today.

Ram temple has been constructed in Nagar style

The design and construction of Ram Temple was done under the leadership of famous architect Satish Sahasrabuddhe. He said that the pillars of Ram temple have been made in the same way as pillars are made for a bridge on a river. Special technology has been used to ensure that the temple is not damaged by rain water.

Sahasrabuddhe said that there will be no damage to the Ram temple for the next one thousand years mainly due to three reasons. Firstly, the Ram temple is built according to the South Indian temple style, using only ironstone stairs, not iron. Therefore, there will be no significant change in the structure of the temple even in the next one thousand years. 17,000 granite stones and 1.5 lakh stones have been used to build the base of the temple alone. The weight of the stone is 2 thousand 800 kg.

There will be no loss due to earthquake, flood and natural disaster

Secondly, a 12-meter granite wall has been built to prevent water from the Saryu River from seeping through the soil and damaging the temple structure. This stone is also earthquake resistant. Engineers say that earthquake or any natural disaster cannot cause any damage to the temple. The Ram temple stands on impossibly strong foundations.

Third, the temple is not likely to be damaged not only by earthquake but also by lightning, because a 2 lakh amplifier lightning protection system has been installed in the Ram temple. Even if there is heavy rain, there will be no cracks in the stones of the temple.

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